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Henry Occupational Therapy Services, Inc. Diana A. Henry, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA and Henry OT Services, Inc. offer school based and individual occupational therapy services to support the mandates of 'No Child Left Behind'. Along with her husband, Rick Ruess, they provide products and workshops across the USA and internationally. Our mission is to promote understanding and awareness of issues related to sensory processing, sensory integration and the sensory systems. These may influence attention, motor coordination, social participation, behavior and even violence in schools. Website
How Does Your Engine Run? Teaching Children to Know Their Engines This info module discusses the impact of all aspects of the environment on the social and emotional development of young children. Included are strategies to promote the development of self regulation skills. Info Module
How to Help Your Child Develop Empathy Practical tips on how parents and caregivers can help infants and toddlers develop empathy, and understand that others have different thoughts and feelings than they do. Document
How to Identify and Support Children Experiencing Stress Recent social and political changes have brought up feelings of fear and anxiety in many communities. In some communities, protests or even violent conflicts may be happening near children. It is not surprising, then, that these communities' children may be exhibiting signs of anxiety. Child care providers can take steps to help children cope with worry and the uncertainty that change brings. Document
How to Prevent Disenrollment in Child Care This tip sheet is designed to give you strategies to prevent disenrollment of a child with challenging behaviors.  Tipsheet
How to Prevent Expulsion in Child Care This tip sheet is designed to give you strategies to prevent expulsion of a child with challenging behaviors. Tipsheet
In Brief: The Resilience Series Reducing the effects of significant adversity on young children's healthy development is critical to the progress and prosperity of any society. Yet not all children experience lasting harm as a result of adverse early experiences. Some may demonstrate resilience, or an adaptive response to serious hardship. A better understanding of why some children do well despite early adversity is important because it can help us design policies and programs that help more children reach their full potential. These three videos provide an overview of why resilience matters, how it develops, and how to strengthen it in children. Website
In Brief: The Science of Resilience Reducing the effects of significant adversity on young children's healthy development is critical to the progress and prosperity of any society. Yet not all children experience lasting harm as a result of adverse early experiences. Some may demonstrate resilience, or an adaptive response to serious hardship. A better understanding of why some children do well despite early adversity is important because it can help us design policies and programs that help more children reach their full potential. Website
Infant and Early Childhood Development and Mental Health Video Playlist Playlist of videos that cover topics related to Infant and Early Childhood Development and mental health. Website
Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation and the Center of Excellence This video defines I/ECMHC and outlines its history, importance, and impact. It also describes the key messages and highlights the work of the Center of Excellence. Website